San Francisco is taking a stand against the electric scooter startups that have invaded the city [Video]

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San Francisco"s City Attorney slapped the three high-profile electric scooter companies with cease and desist orders on Monday, calling them "unlawful," "a public nuisance," and dangers to public heath and safety. These startups let people reserve a local scooter from a smartphone app, ride for...

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San Francisco’s City Attorney slapped the three high-profile electric scooter companies with cease and desist orders on Monday, calling them “unlawful,” “a public nuisance,” and dangers to public heath and safety.

These startups let people reserve a local scooter from a smartphone app, ride for a small fee, and, at the end of the journey, leave …

The legal notices, obtained by Business Insider, accuse each of the companies — Bird, LimeBike, and Spin — of skirting local laws by allowing riders to ride on sidewalks, leave scooters blocking sidewalks, ride without a helmet, and ride with more than one person per scooter.

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